Just Got Paid

Album: Brighter Days (2018)
Charted: 11
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  • I should grow up some day 'cause I got bills to pay
    I can't be waking up at someone else's place
    I know I drink too much, can't pay my rent this month
    I should be saving up, but

    I just got paid
    I'm broke, but I'm ballin'
    Don't know where we're goin'
    We go in when we go out
    I just got paid
    I'm broke, but I'm ballin'
    Don't know where we're goin'
    We go in when we go out
    I just got paid
    I just got paid

    And it feels like every day's a holiday
    So I can take my cheque to the bank
    And I know, know, know I should be worried
    But I work, work, work to the bone, baby
    So gimme that
    Gimme that, gimme that, gimme that (woo)
    Gimme that, gimme that, gimme that (hey)
    Gimme that money
    I said, now, gimme that money (oh, woah)
    Gimme that, gimme that, gimme that (oh, yeah)
    Gimme that, gimme that, gimme that
    Come on and gimme that money
    Gimme that money

    I should grow up some day 'cause I got bills to pay
    I can't be waking up at someone else's place
    I know I drink too much, can't pay my rent this month
    I should be saving up, but

    I just got paid
    I'm broke, but I'm ballin'
    Don't know where we're goin'
    We go in when we go out
    I just got paid
    I'm broke, but I'm ballin'
    Don't know where we're goin'
    We go in when we go out
    (Montana)
    I just got paid

    La-di-da-di, we like to party
    Don't cause trouble, don't bother nobody
    La-di-da-di, walk up in the party
    Sports bra, sports car driver
    Show up, show out, bow in, bow out
    Go in, go out, Ciroc, we pour out
    I cop more diamonds, ladies be the finest
    Crush grapes, we don't do the wine
    Crush denim, top spinning, cool bean, front grilling
    Got paid, hop the G5 faded
    Rope chain shell-toes, wavy like a sailboat
    When you hear the haaan, there it go
    Montana with the funky sound
    Sigala got the London sound

    I should grow up, they say
    Stuck in my glory days
    I know there's nothing wrong, it's just a passing phase
    And when I've had my fun, I swear I'll be someone
    I know that day will come, but

    I just got paid
    I'm broke, but I'm ballin'
    Don't know where we're goin'
    We go in when we go out
    I just got paid
    I'm broke, but I'm ballin'
    Don't know where we're goin'
    We go in when we go out
    I just got paid

    Come on, say
    I just got paid
    Yeah yeah, oh oh
    I just got paid
    Gimme that, gimme that, gimme that
    Gimme that, gimme that, gimme that
    Gimme that money, gimme that money
    I just got paid
    Gimme that, gimme that, gimme that
    Gimme that, gimme that, gimme that
    Gimme that money, gimme that money
    I just got paid Writer/s: Meghan Trainor, Karim Kharbouch, Steve Manovski, Ella Eyre, Bruce Fielder, Nile Gregory Rodgers, George Astasio, Jason Pebworth, Jonathan Christopher Shave
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
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